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Old 05-31-2013, 02:37 PM   #1
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Camera Mapping Problem

Hi there,
I have a Problem in Cinema 4D. I'm using projection man to project a psd photo, which has various layers, onto a scene which I want to make 3D.
So I have a photo and now I want it to be 3D and move the camera inside it.
I did a test before and it all worked out great.
Now with this scene I seem to have the problem that all mappings on the objects are wrong when I asign them in projection man.
For example this cupboard is tilted, although the 3D box I use is in the right place when working with the background image.
Here is a pic:



Does anybody know what the problem is or might be?

Thanks so much in advance!
 
Old 05-31-2013, 03:16 PM   #2
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Okay, now this seems embarassing, but I was struggling with this for three days.
Now I write here and I just found out the problem is that my image has an unusual size.
So the material needs to be in the same ratio right ratio, offset u, lenght u etc as the camera mapping.
I just copied the data manually and the project should work fine!

I hope at least this helps others!
 
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